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The next Hot Topics, "Understanding and Preventing Childhood Deaths and Injuries," is Tuesday December 13, from noon-1 p.m. Pacific.
This new course helps public health professionals pull together the key elements needed to secure funding for public health projects and programs.
Northwest Public Health magazine is seeking story ideas from the community. The 2017 issue will focus on evidence-informed strategies that improve population health.
Wyoming’s Public Health Emergency Preparedness Unit strategically locates medical resources around the state to support emergency response efforts.
Twelve public health students recently completed their field placements and collaborative projects. Funding is now available for similar projects during the 2016-17 school year.
The Northwest Center for Public Health Practice (NWCPHP) provides training, research, evaluation, and communication services to public health organizations.
“[The Hot Topics session on reducing sugar consumption] had just the right amount of science and link to chronic disease. And simple, easy-to-follow interventions for policy, system, and environment change.”
—Julie Aalbers, Clackamas County, OR
NWCPHP promotes excellence in public health by linking academia and practice.
Learn how in our new video.
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